e meeting of the Senior Claas, held September 30, 1873, the following preamble and .ifions were adopted :' WHBEEAS, Our beloved frieud and classniate, CHAB.LE8 W. Cutler, has beon removed Irmn our midst by the hand of Death ; and Wiïeeeas, It aftords us a melancholy satisfaetion to pay this Last tribute to his niemory, and to give utterauce to our appreciation of his uiniiv noble qualities of mind and heart ; theretore, Resolved, That in the death of Charle v Cutler, we have lost a faithful friend and the Univevsirv au earnest student. Resolved, That we mourn his loss and -t I our sympat hit-.-, to His sorel y afflicted fiunily ; and Resolved, Tluit i óopy these rusolutions lic transmitted to the relanves of the deceased, and that they be publiahed in the niversity Vhroniele ;uni city jnipiTM. W. II. Wells, ) C. C. Hidbakd, Committee. C. A. Wakken, ) University of Michigan, Sept. 30, 1873. The Detroit Evening Xctcs should use a lililímore care in pilfering trom the Arous columns. We are willing to contribute our quota toward making that Journal readable, but reiiuest its " Neighborhood News" j,'rnins not to mix ouk Ann Arbur and Ypsilanti items as in Motaday evening's paper. ïlie News readers may bc befuddled by aueh recklessness. The eighth annual reunión of the Twcntieth Michigan Infantry is to bo held at Ypsilanti on the lOth inst, Friday neit. The oration will be delivered by Col. C. B. Gkant, ot' this city. The " boys " are arranging for and expecting a good time.